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Frank Lloyd Wright - Biltmore Acme Studio Card Case NIB

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Seller: greenman508 (18,023) 100%, Location: Oil City, Pennsylvania, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 191524726711 Frank Lloyd Wright ACME Studio Business Card Case " Biltmore" Frank Lloyd Wright business card case from Acme Studio, titled " Biltmore ". The image is designed with Biltmore and Arizona graphics over an orange background. Case is 3¾” x 2 3/8” x ¼” with snap-lock and hinged lid. This auction is for a NEW ACME Studio business card case. This product is current and is “brand new”. The case includes new ACME Studio packaging. Packaging includes a product sleeve and an ACME Studio card about the artist. Like the ACME Studio writing instruments, the Acme business card cases are well designed and manufactured. Cases have mirror chrome metal finish inside and out with a unique image applied to the lid. For an artist’s business cards or the cards of an enthusiast with a keen sense of style. Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) Born in Wisconsin, he grew up to be America’s greatest and most innovative Architect. Frank Lloyd Wright is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in modern Western architecture. His radically innovative designs, utilizing a building style based on natural forms, termed by Wright as organic architecture, have tagged him as a major, respected architect. His legacy is one of America’s foremost cultural treasures. In 1940, he established The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to protect, preserve and administer his life’s work. In 1991, Architectural Record magazine published a list of the 100 most significant buildings in the world - 11 were by Frank Lloyd Wright. Biltmore Referring to the Arizona Biltmore, which today describes itself as "the only existing hotel in the world with a Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced design.” Albert Chase McArthur is the architect of record for the Arizona Biltmore. McArthur was the son on one of Wright's first Chicago clients and was a former apprentice of Wright. Wright's career was at a low ebb in 1927 with few pending projects as he faced financial and personal problems. Wright agreed to consult on the project, and his primary services would be the designing and engineering of the concrete block system (later known as Biltmore blocks). The Biltmore project brought Wright to Arizona, and led to many other Arizona projects including Taliesin West. Please ask questions and I’ll answer them quickly. Check out my other items!

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